Mothers

April 10, 2015 | Maureen Stiles

Happy SUVersary

My Dearest Yukon, They said we would never last. We were headed for a few good years at best, if statistics were any indication. On paper, we were a match made in heaven. I had three boys under five years old. You had three rows and a rear that would make any mother swoon. When […]

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May 8, 2014 | Laurel Jones

Mother’s Day and Beyond

As you spend your weekend thinking of ways to show your mother, or the person who’s been like a mother to you, just how wonderful they are, think about ways that you can help them take care of themselves.  Also think of ways to touch her heart. Mothers are the world’s most famous family caregivers.  […]

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February 28, 2013 | Diana Belchase

The Farmer’s Daughter Grows Up

By Diana Belchase I’ve got to admit it, I’m addicted to old movies.  There is something wonderful about the clear black and white images, the language, and the “America is a great nation” plots that hooks me every time.  Lately, my favorite has become The Farmer’s Daughter.  The plot is simple (SPOILER alert):  a young […]

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November 26, 2012 | Diana Belchase

Diaz on Diabetes

My dear friend and incredible suspense author, Lena Diaz, is my guest today.  Lena wants everyone to remember that November is a special month for awareness as well as for giving thanks.  She has opened her heart to share the day she almost lost her daughter to a terrible disease, and hopes her story will […]

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